[sclug] [Fwd: [ANNOUNCE] Jeff Barr (Amazon Web Services) in London - May 15th!]

Tim Sutton tim at linfiniti.com
Wed May 10 14:04:28 UTC 2006


"When you think about Web Services you think about Amazon."

Personally I think of google....

I'll have to re-program my brain :-P



On 5/10/06, Jacqui Caren <jacqui.caren at ntlworld.com> wrote:
> I dont know how many places there are but this may be interesting to
> some folks.
> And yes, I asked Dean before posting here.
> WoW - Demand meant that he may need a bigger venue :-)
> Jacqui
> -------- Original Message --------
> Date: Mon, 8 May 2006 23:19:29 +0100
> From: Dean Wilson <dwilson at unixdaemon.net>
> To: london.pm at london.pm.org
> Subject: [ANNOUNCE] Jeff Barr (Amazon Web Services) in London - May 15th!
> It's not completely on topic but...
>        Jeff Barr (Amazon Web Services) in London - May 15th!
> When you think about Web Services you think about Amazon. And that's how
> good a job Jeff Barr, web services evangelist at Amazon, does!
> Speaking in London on May 15th, for one night only, we're fortunate to have
> Jeff presenting on their stable of Web Services: AWS, S3 and the mechanical
> turk.
> Come along and listen to the ideas, views and experiences of someone
> uniquely positioned in one of the biggest and most advanced companies
> offering developer access to Web Services.
> Attendance is free (email me if want to attend so I can let you know of any
> last minute changes) and after the event we'll be heading to one of the
> local pubs where you can chat with your peers and fellow audience members.
> == Details-:
> Times: Start at 19:00 on May 15th, 2006. End (and to the pub) by 20:30.
> Address:
>    New Cavendish Street Campus
>    Westminster University
>    London
>    (nearest tubes Great Portland St; Warren St; Goodge St.)
>    United Kingdom
> Announcement:
>    http://blog.unixdaemon.net/cgi-bin/blosxom.pl/events/aws_jeffreybarr.html
> Map to the venue: http://tinyurl.com/9299b (Streetmap).
> Signup: Send me an email if you're interested in attending.
> I know this isn't a huge amount of notice so please feel free to forward
> this announcement or link to it from your blog.
>    Dean
> --
> Dean Wilson             http://www.unixdaemon.net
> Profanity is the one language all programmers understand
>    --- Anon

Tim Sutton

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